One of the days, we took a break from research and headed over to the Veterinary Sciences campus to help other students with their presentations. We listened in to different presentations from bone identification, to the genetic basis for patellar luxation in dogs. Although the speakers presented in Thai, some of their powerpoints were in English, so I was able to follow along and ask questions about their research. The students presented to a teacher and other students, and although they were not getting graded, the process served as a way to hear critiques about their research and presentation in order to improve the final product. I thought this was a great way to make sure that they were comfortable enough with their research and understood it enough to be confident in the final presentation. The environment was incredibly informal and they all wanted to help each other improve. The presenters ranged from first year students to Masters and PhD students. It was interesting learning about their research, but also learning about how their class system works.